The Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg has announced that it is offering reduced entry to eligible members of the community under the Museums for All program.

Museums are important institutions for learning, but they can be expensive for some people, especially for regular visitors. Enter Museums for All, a program of the Institute of Museum and Library Services, administered by the Association of Children’s Museums, to encourage regular museum visits and make it a habit to do so for life.

Community members who receive Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits are eligible for reduced admission to The Dalí: $ 3 per person, for a maximum of four people. Regular admission is $ 29 for adults. Free for children 5 and under. Free parking, when available, will be provided to Museum for All ticket holders. Daylight saving tickets can be purchased online at thedali.org/museums-for-all and visitors must present their SNAP electronic debit card to the museum upon arrival.

“Museums for All is part of the Dalí Museum’s commitment to include and welcome all audiences,” said Hank Hine, Dalí’s executive director, in a press release. “The program is an opportunity to expand the Museum’s visitor base and reach underserved communities.